ontario news watch

Premier Doug Ford — pressed to explain the wild weekend weather — says he believes in climate change. Read More

The problem of anti-Semitism in the Ontario NDP isn’t limited to one candidate or one event, it is to use one of their favourite words, systemic. Read More

The towns of Uxbridge, north of Toronto, and Clarence-Rockland, east of Ottawa,  declared states of emergency, while hundreds of thousands across both provinces remain without power as crews work to restore services after a violent and deadly storm on Saturday. Read More

Queen Elizabeth won’t take the royal salute at Trooping the Colour for the first time this year. Read More

A new report says nearly half of Canadian workers have experienced burnout, suggesting more needs to be done to support employees’ mental health and well-being. Read More

Canada’s choice of opponent for an upcoming men’s international soccer match is drawing criticism from around the country, including Prime Minster Justin Trudeau. Read More

Doug Ford stood at a podium on Wednesday morning with Hamilton Harbour behind him. Read More

Advance voting polls open Thursday as the Ontario election campaign enters its final two weeks. Read More

A group of longtime Conservatives is advocating for leadership hopefuls to develop credible climate plans at the same time as cancelling the federal carbon price has emerged as one of the first promises out of the race. Read More

LONDON — The BBC said on Friday it had stopped reporting in Russia after parliament passed a law there imposing a jail term of up to 15 years for anyone found to be intentionally spreading “fake” news. Read More